Even without the futuristic interior design idea behind them, these graphics are incredibly impressive and could be opened up to all kinds of creative interpretation. One could imagine the patterns being a design response to exterior slopes and topographical trends, the intended ways in which a living room was intended to be used, or even a dynamic computer-generated response to actual usage patterns over time.
The actual design intent, according to creator Alistair Bramley, is that the graphic patterns generated by people initially moving through these spaces would be used to later generate wave patterns that conform to existing paths. Essentially, it would be a site-specific design installation. Still, one has to wonder if even this goes far enough given the compelling nature of the graphics.